Poland decided to reopen its Embassy in Baghdad and emphasize support for Iraq's stability

2016-09-23 at 14:12

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Polish Foreign Minister Witold vashikovski, Friday, that the Government had decided to reopen the Polish Embassy in Baghdad.

The Foreign Ministry said in a statement, the balance of news/copy, "Foreign Minister Ibrahim Jafari Polish counterpart alashiker Witold vashikovski on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York."

"The two sides discussed bilateral relations and ways of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in all fields, and exchanged invitations to visit both countries in the framework of deepening bilateral relations."

Jafari said during the meeting that "Iraq Foreign Ministry objects going world openness policy, common interests, and shared risks, emphasizing that" Iraq's fighting a global war against terror ISIS gangs who came there from 100 countries and looked forward to the international community to stop him. "

Poland called for "support Iraq in recommending him for the position of human rights organization for the years 2017-2019.

Poland's Foreign Minister said that "the Government had decided to reopen the Polish Embassy in Baghdad," said Poland's desire "to develop relations with Iraq, and supporting investment, trade, and the entry of Polish companies to work in Iraq."

Lavashikovski stressed that his country is working to increase the amount of humanitarian aid to displaced families to relieve their suffering, and they support the unity, security and stability of Iraq.